I love the idea of a dessert train , sit down and see what comes around and when you find something you like take it. I was there on Saturday night , the take away section had a line out the door but surprisingly the train was almost empty. Seated straight away and given a small menu/list and a glass of water. The design of the place it feels fun if that makes scene, bright colours , macaroons painted the walls and cartoon like gear wheels in the middle of the train. The staff are very friendly and passionate when taking about the dishes.
As I sat down, I noticed some figurines coming along with signs like ‘bring it on’ , ‘feed me’ and ‘grandmas soap’ which was a nice fun touch and you can see it invokes a reaction from others as it passed in front of them. It worked like a typical sushi train with dishes on coloured plates which corresponded to their price, $8.50 , $9.50 and $10.50. The portion sizes were quite large so most people would be full after one or two (I had one and a half).
The only bad thing was that there was not much variety coming around on the train. As I said at the start I love concept and will come back again for sure. Its also open till midnight on Fridays and weekends so it makes for a great post dinner or night time indulgence.
Looking into the open kitchen
Macaroons on the train
Cool figurines on the train
Coffee brulee $10.50
Shop 1, Cafe Court -The Star